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Studies have identified several significant problem areas that solo and small firm practitioners face.
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6986
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Each year BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA magazine seeks to determine the best business lawyers in North Carolina. The magazine mailed ballots listing twelve lawyer categories to every lawyer licensed by the North Carolina State Bar and living in North Carolina. The top voter getters in each field are Larry B. Sitton, antitrust; Richard M. Hutson, II, bankruptcy; J. Norfleet Pruden, III, business law; Jeffrey J. Davis, construction; Douglas R. Edwards, corporate counsel; James F. Wyatt, III, criminal defense; Jonathan R. Harkavy, employment; George W. House, environmental; Gary S. Parsons, litigation; Wesley Thaddeus Adams, III, patents/intellectual property; Barry D. Mann, real estate; and Ray S. Farris, tax/estate planning.
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Business North Carolina (NoCar HF 5001 B8x), Vol. 25 Issue 1, Jan 2005, p50-52, 55, 59, 63, 67, 71, 73, 77, 79, 83, 87, 89,, por Periodical Website
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Each year Business North Carolina magazine seeks to determine the best business lawyers in North Carolina. The magazine mailed ballots listing twelve lawyer categories to every lawyer licensed by the North Carolina State Bar and living in North Carolina. The top vote getters in each field are Everett J. Bowman, antitrust; C. Richard Rayburn, Jr. bankruptcy; William M. Flynn, business law; John L. Shaw, construction; Stephen K. Coss, corporate counsel; David B. Freedman, criminal defense; Patricia L. Holland, employment; William D. Dannelly, environmental; William K. Davis, litigation; J. Scott Evans, patents/intellectual property; Brent A. Torstrick, real estate; and Elizabeth l. Quick, tax/estate planning.
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Business North Carolina (NoCar HF 5001 B8x), Vol. 26 Issue 1, Jan 2006, p47-48, 51, 53, 57, 61, 65, 67, 71, 75, 77, 81, 85,, por Periodical Website
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16661
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Each year BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA magazine seeks to determine the best lawyers in North Carolina. The magazine mailed ballots listing lawyer categories to every lawyer licensed by the North Carolina State Bar and living in North Carolina--this year 20,856. The top vote getters in each field are Locke T. Clifford, criminal; Jonathan Heyl, antitrust; Kenneth M. Greene, bankruptcy; Amalie L. Tuffin, business; William H. Gammon, construction; Lisa D. Inman, corporate counsel; N. Renee Hughes, employment; William Clarke, environmental; D. Caldwell Barefoot, Jr., family; E. Eric Mills, intellectual property; Daniel L. Brawley, litigation; George W. Sistrunk, III, real estate; Graham D. Holding, Jr., tax/estate planning; and J. Christian Stevenson young guns (best under 40).
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Business North Carolina (NoCar HF 5001 B8x), Vol. 32 Issue 1, Jan 2012, p58-62, 64-66, 68, 70-89, por Periodical Website
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18131
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Lawrence was a page in the state Senate at age seven where he first became acquainted with lawyers and their cadenced speeches. The first one he remembered hearing was Thomas Dixon, who was then a lawyer. Lawrence admits that his list of lawyers is a sketchy one but that all who are there have a rightful place.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 8 Issue 21, Oct 1940, p8-9
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18268
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Charles Tillett was born in Richmond County and was a graduate of the University of North Carolina. He was one of the ablest lawyers of modern times and won many a hard-fought battle in the courts. One was a case brought by a Fundamentalist group to prevent the North Carolina public schools from teaching the theory of evolution. By winning, he spared the state from the problems that befell other states on this issue.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 9 Issue 5, July 1941, p7, 21
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Moore was a native of Halifax County, a lawyer, and a member of the General Assembly. Lawrence writes that \"he was the recognized leader of the North Carolina bar for an entire generation and was prominent in many matters pertaining to the welfare of the state as a whole.\"
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 9 Issue 24, Nov 1941, p11, 24
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Richard Pearson was a jurist and noted law teacher. Lawrence writes that \"he has often been termed the father of the North Carolina bar. His famous law school at Richmond Hill turned out more than a thousand young lawyers.\" He is best remembered for his NC Supreme Court opinions when he served as Chief Justice.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 9 Issue 36, Feb 1942, p3, 24
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Each year BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA magazine seeks to determine the best lawyers in North Carolina. The magazine mailed ballots listing lawyer categories to every lawyer licensed by the North Carolina State Bar and living in North Carolina--this year 20,000. The top vote getters in each field were Noel L. Allen, antitrust; Trawick H. Stubbs, bankruptcy; Grayson S. Hale, business; Richard D. Conner, construction; Robert Wicker, corporate; Peter C. Anderson, criminal; W. Randall Loftis, Jr., employment; Grady L. Shields, environmental; Stan Brown, family; Anthony, Biller, intellectual property; Lee M. Whitman, litigation; Robert Charles Lawson, real estate; Andrew H. Veach, tax/estate planning; George Mason Oliver, young guns.
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Business North Carolina (NoCar HF 5001 B8x), Vol. 33 Issue 1, Jan 2013, p48-50, 52-54, 56-80, por Periodical Website
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Henderson started the first law school in North Carolina. During his day and time he was one of the outstanding leaders in the legal profession in the state. In 1818 the Supreme Court of North Carolina was established, and three justices were appointed. Henderson was an associate justice, and later, on the death of the chief justice, he assumed that position.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 10 Issue 45, Apr 1943, p4
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Today passing a Bar Examination is a stressful endeavor, though in the state's history this was not always the case. The author tracks changing requirements for not only the bar exams but the credentials needed to become a lawyer. Specifically, she looks at the years 1820 to 1860 when the system became more formalized; though qualifications such as \"moral character\" were considered the most pressing prerequisite.
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Lawrence reminisces about lawyers whom he has known during his career. Three men, he recounts, \"it was my high privilege to have acquaintance and some measure of association:\" Henry Groves Conner, Charles Manly Stedman, and Clement Manly. In this article he remembers Clement Manly.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 13 Issue 22, 10 1945, p7, 25
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Each year BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA magazine seeks to determine the best lawyers in North Carolina. The magazine mailed ballots listing lawyers in fourteen categories to every lawyer licensed by the North Carolina State Bar and living in North Carolina--this year over 20,000. The top vote getters in each category were John F. Graybeal (Antitrust), Benjamin A, Kahn (Bankruptcy), David D. Beatty (Business), Joseph H. Nanney, Jr. (Construction), Michael A. Springs (Corporate), Michael J. Greene (Criminal), Amie F. Carmack (Employment), Craig A. Bromby (Environmental), Lori M. Vitale (Family), Larry L. Coats (Intellectual Property), Michael J. Byrne (Litigation), Michael G. Winters (Real Estate), Robert H. Haggard (Tax/Estate Planning), and Michael F. Easley, Jr. (Young Guns).
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Business North Carolina (NoCar HF 5001 B8x), Vol. 34 Issue 1, Jan 2014, p60-62, 64-68, 70-88, por Periodical Website
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23090
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In this article, associate professor of public law and government, Chris McLaughlin, uses the Penn State Scandal as a teaching tool for other organizational attorneys.
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Rural communities in North Carolina are in need of assistance by attorneys willing to do pro bono work. The NC Bar Association and Legal Aid of North Carolina (LANC) work together to provide a pro bono program called Lawyer on the Line (LOTL), a program where lawyers in larger communities offer phone service to individuals in the rural areas of the state.
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North Carolina State Bar Journal (NoCar KF 200 N67), Vol. 20 Issue 3, Fall 2015, p29-31, 56, il
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